Star Trek: Voyager

Message in a Bottle - S4-E14

Corrected entry: When both Doctors are on the bridge and they get fired on by the Romulans they deactivate the life support system. Later, Federation officers transported onto the bridge and for some unknown reason, the life support system is back online. Wouldn't the Federation officers be having trouble breathing without any life support?

Correction: They turned off the life support but did not evacuate the air. So the air is still there. The boarding party would have to turn life support back on but they could survive for a period of time without it on.

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